We have that and more in Monday’s NBA newsletter. So much for a nerve-wracking, down-to-the-wire race for the final West playoff spots. The three teams chasing the No. 8 seed -- the Kings, Lakers, and Timberwolves -- have lost a combined eight straight games. The No. 9 Kings are now three games out, with the No. 10 Lakers 4.5 games out, and the No. 11 Timberwolves 5.5 games out.
Andrew Bogut, one of the most decorated players in Australian basketball, has signed on for a second stint with the reigning NBA champion Golden State Warriors, the team said on Wednesday.
Retired U.S. Air Force Lieutenant General Michelle Johnson has reached the upper echelons of two very different but equally male-dominated fields and credits her decorated military career with helping her serve as the NBA's head of referee operations.
LeBron James or Michael Jordan? Bill Russell or Wilt Chamberlain? The debate on the greatest of all time is a matter of opinion. And you're not wrong.
It might seem unbelievable now, but there once was a time when P.J. Tucker didn’t spend the majority of games posting up in the corners. This was winter 2013
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — The Knicks didn’t play too horribly Monday, but they became the NBA’s worst team again nevertheless. Coupled with the Suns’ upset victory over the Bucks, the Knicks dropped a 115-108 decision to the resurgent Kings at Golden 1 Center to drop to 13-51. That is now the NBA’s worst record as the
The Lakers will dominate the headlines once the NBA offseason comes but what other teams need to make big moves?
But don’t forget about Paul George and Giannis Antetokounmpo. The Most Valuable Player award is an argument between a hundred people who love to argue. Many of the arguments have merit, the occasional one does not, but I take it at face value that everyone argues in good faith when they cast their ballot.